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High Power Microwaves
Contents Introduction Origins of High Power Microwaves High Power Microwave Operating Regimes Future Directions in HPM Further Reading References Designing High Power Microwave Systems The Systems
High-power microwave sources and technologies
Foreword by Dr. Delores Etter. Preface. Acknowledgments. List of Contributors. List of Acronyms and Abbreviations. Introduction. HPM Sources: The DOD Perspective. Gigawatt--Class Sources. Pulse
70% Efficient Relativistic Magnetron With Axial Extraction of Radiation Through a Horn Antenna
At the Nagaoka University of Technology (Japan), Daimon and Jiang used particle-in-cell (PIC) code simulations to demonstrate that the electronic efficiency of the A6 magnetron with axial extraction
Analysis of the polarity effects in the electrical breakdown of liquids.
Electrical breakdown simulations are carried out for liquids in response to a sub-microsecond ({approx}100-200 ns) voltage pulse. This model builds on our previous analysis and focuses particularly
Modern Pulsed Power: Charlie Martin and Beyond
In this introduction to the Special Issue on pulsed power and its applications, background information is provided for the nonspecialist to better understand the many challenges in designing pulsed
Rapid start of oscillations in a magnetron with a "transparent" cathode.
Improvement of conditions for the rapid start of oscillations in magnetrons is reported by increasing the amplitude of the operating wave that is responsible for the capture of electrons into spokes by using a hollow cathode with longitudinal strips removed, thereby making the cathode transparent to the wave electric field with azimuthal polarization.
High power microwave sources and applications
  • E. Schamiloglu
  • Physics
    IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium…
  • 6 June 2004
There has been considerable interest recently in high power microwave (HPM) sources for nonlethal directed energy weaponry applications. Many of these sources that are being developed are derivatives
Experimental study of Q-V Lissajous figures in nanosecond-pulse surface discharges
A charge-voltage Lissajous figure is a standard method for the electrical diagnostics of DBD discharges. Based on a repetitive nanosecond-pulse generator, some experiments on surface discharges are
EDITORS AND REVIEWER BOARD: Matteo Albani Steven Best Anjan Biswas Henning Braunisch Che-Ting Chan Kwok-Tong Chau Hongsheng Chen Zhi-Ning Chen Dajun Cheng Chung-Kwang Chou Claudio Cuevas Tie-Jun Cui